whoopsie

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whoopsie

(ˈwʊpsɪ)
n
1. a piece of excrement, esp one left by a pet
2. an embarrassing mistake
[C20: from whoops]
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Ever since ITV's top cat done a whoopsie on the floor by suggesting he was killing off sitcoms his comedy underlings have been furiously trying to row back on his comments.
Roy's horse Trigger, a star in his own right, did indeed do a 'whoopsie' in the newly-built entrance hall.
This spring, when Alexa inadvertently recorded a family's private conversations and sent it to a contact, Amazon's response boiled down to 'whoopsie.' And it records and keeps every conversation you have with the AI -- including every bag of popcorn it microwaves.
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Matthew 'Whoopsie' Upson shared the three-way top-scorer tie in 2010 with ONE.
If there's one thing every conservative lives for, it's liberal whoopsie moments like these.
, whoopsie, Oops-a-daisy, Oh, my gosh; in German: je!, aua!; in Slovak: au!, jupi!, jaj!, aha!
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An Assembly Labour Party spokesman said: "In the words of Frank Spencer, it looks like the Plaid press team have 'done a whoopsie'.